Vt. author's work of historical fiction takes on modern-day issues
A Vermont author's latest book takes on some big issues. It's a work of historical fiction-- but it tackles modern-day issues like racism, homophobia and substance abuse.
"Cowboy Code" is based on true events in Louella Bryant's family.
Bryant has lived in Vermont since 1975 and is now a Lincoln town select board member. But her book is set in post-World War II Virginia.
She gave our Galen Ettlin a sneak peek at what the story holds. Watch the video for the full interview.
Events and information about the book can be found on https://louellabryant.com/